Voice of Reason: How Dorothy Allison fooled detectives and the media with her "predictions" of John Mark Karr's involvement in the JonBenet Ramsey case.
Voice of Reason: The reputed creator of a fake ET corpse has publicly confessed. Meanwhile, the truth of what happened at Roswell continues to be obscured by hoaxers, conspiracy cranks, and hustlers.
Voice of Reason: A teenage boy meditating in the jungle of Nepal is said to have not taken food or water for months. Really, now.
Voice of Reason: Sightings of the legendary and elusive Igopogo go back to 1952. Find out the results of a new expedition to Lake Simcoe.
Dan Brown's bestseller is largely based on obscure, forged documents that have now deceived millions.
Miracles, supposedly supernatural interferences with nature, have been reported since the most ancient times. Ironically--even in our own relatively enlightened culture--they continue to be touted.
On one TV show a detective insists psychics have never solved a crime, while on another, an equally experienced investigator says they are a valuable resource. Who is he kidding?